German airport rolls out world's first robotic parking valet


  • TECH
  • Monday, 07 Jul 2014

AWESOME: Ray is Dusseldorf Airport's robotic parking valet.

Dusseldorf Airport has rolled out what it's calling the world’s first robotic parking valet that spares time-crunched travelers from having to circle lots looking for a parking space. 

Named Ray, the robot was put to work last week and operates like a forklift, picking up cars and positioning them in one of the dedicated 249 spots reserved for the automated valets, reports Airport World. 

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